Review Category : 2015 Super Bowl

  We all know how important the Super Bowl is and we’d all give just about anything to be in the stadium with the players, fans and noise. The reality is, tickets are expensive and next to impossible to come­ by. Guess what that means? Men and women, fans and families have to find a way to bring that Super Bowl energy into their homes. It’s completely possible to recreate the experience and here are 5 tips on how to maximize your Super Bowl experience from the comfort of your own home. Get your gear on –    You’d never want to be caught inside the stadium without some legit team apparel. In order to do this, you’re going to have to choose a team. No one likes a flip-­flopper. Make a decision and stick with your gut, even if you choose to root for the underdog. Once you know ...

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NFL representatives for the 2015 Super Bowl that will be hosted at the Arizona Cardinals home turf, University of Phoenix Stadium  have reportedly reached out to some of the world’s biggest musicians asking them if they’d be willing to pay part of their post-tour earnings to the NFL in exchange for being allowed to perform at one of the world’s biggest sporting events. Now, this isn’t the first time we’ve seen the NFL’s shady practices of making people surrender to their demands. Only two months ago, the NFL had accidentally leaked their Super Bowl Committee requirements which demanded that hotels, cities, teams and stadiums tailor to the NFL’s every need and carry the massive cost associated with running one of the most watched programs on TV. The NFL doesn’t typically pay for top Musicians to come and perform during the Super Bowl Half Time Show. In fact, the only thing that they pay for ...

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Besides the competitive football and funny TV commercials, the Super Bowl is also known for its Halftime Shows. Over the course of 48 years, there have been plenty of Super Bowl Halftime shows and many of them have been entertaining. However, here are the top 5 Super Bowl Halftime performances of all-time: 5. 2013 Super Bowl XLVII This one featured Beyonce Knowles with special guests Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. It was basically Destiny’s Child all over again. This halftime show became the second most watched show in Super Bowl history (after Madonna’s performance the year before). Beyonce’s performance was watched by 108 million viewers and it also became the most tweeted-about moment in Twitterhistory with 268,000 tweets per minute. 4. 2004 Super Bowl XXXVIII This halftime show featured Janet Jackson, P. Diddy, Nelly, Kid Rock and Justin Timberlake. But it’s mostly remembered for Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction.” Everything was going well untilJustin Timberlake ripped off ...

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The greatest Super Bowl moments are defined by victory, defeat and admiration. Here are some of the most exciting plays in Super Bowl history: 1. Super Bowl XLIV: Picking Peyton’s Pocket Who actually thought the New Orleans Saints would be in the Super Bowl? Who thought they could beat Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts? The Saints proved everyone wrong in 2010. They managed to take a fourth quarter lead over the Colts with a little over 5 minutes remaining. But Peyton would be able to tie the game, right? After pushing Indy within scoring range, “the Oreo kid” hit the man in the wrong jersey. Then we know how it went from there. Saints cornerback Tracy porter picked it off a key third-down pass and ran 74 years to seal New Orleans’ first Super Bowl win ever. The Saints have been one of the best teams in the NFC since that win. 2. Super Bowl ...

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The 2015 Super Bowl will be hosted in Glendale, Arizona. In general, the Super Bowl is one of the most popular events in the United States. It’s become an iconic event filled with fandom, parties, barbecues and funny TV commercials. There’s actually a lot of history behind this NFL championship game. Here are some interesting facts about the Super Bowl: The Super Bowl is measured in Roman numerals because a football season runs over two calendar years Over 700,000 footballs are produced annually for official NFL use and 72 of them are used for the Super Bowl It is the 2nd most watched sporting even in the world. More than 100 million people worldwide watch the Super Bowl ever year One 30-second commercial aired during the Super Bowl costs at least $2,800,000 There has never been an overtime game in Super Bowl history Now here’s some fun Super Bowl trivia for you to share ...

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